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  1. #1
    Dan Speirs
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    my Squeezebox Review

    http://www.yeakel.com/dan/squeezebox.html

    comments welcome, of course


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  2. #2
    Thomas B. Malsbury
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    my Squeezebox Review

    Dan,

    As for your comments on remote streaming, that is all I currently use the SlimServer software for. If you have any questions, please ask. It seems as if I have cleared most of the hurdles to remote streaming from any location; i.e. software firewall, hardware firewall, dynamic DNS forwarding, password protection and the like.

    Tom
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    comments welcome, of course

  3. #3
    Jeffrey Gordon
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    my Squeezebox Review

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    For a remote that works anywhere within your WIFI range and displays song
    info, look into a PDA with builtin WIFI. The slimserver has a fairly nice
    Handheld skin for doing just that. Course that will set you back more than
    the cost of the SqueezeBox but has more uses than just a remote.

    On Wednesday 10 December 2003 00:05, Dan Speirs wrote:
    > http://www.yeakel.com/dan/squeezebox.html
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    > comments welcome, of course
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  4. #4
    Founder, Slim Devices seanadams's Avatar
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    my Squeezebox Review

    Very nice - we'll put a link from our web site.

    Two comments regarding sound quality:

    - Try ripping a CD as AIFF with iTunes. At the expense of storage
    space, you will hear the exact same zeroes and ones from the original
    CD.

    - Might want to mention the digital outputs, though of course that
    feature is clear to anyone who sees the web site.


    On Dec 9, 2003, at 9:05 PM, Dan Speirs wrote:

    > http://www.yeakel.com/dan/squeezebox.html
    >
    > comments welcome, of course
    >
    > Do you Yahoo!?
    > New Yahoo! Photos - easier uploading and
    > sharing

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